Spin Casino: Dubrovnik Airport Parking “Most Expensive in Europe”

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April the 23rd, 2024 – Dubrovnik Airport parking has been declared the “most expensive in Europe” according to Spin Casino’s analysis. British airports are usually cited as being the most expensive for parking (and an array of other services) in Europe, but it seems that the airport serving the Pearl of the Adriatic has found … Read more

14 Volotea Flights to Split and Dubrovnik Airports this Summer


Spanish low-cost airline Volotea is planning 14 scheduled flights to two Croatian airports this summer, reports Croatian Aviation. Namely, Volotea will operate 14 seasonal routes from France, Italy, and Greece to two Croatian airports – Split and Dubrovnik, in the summer flight schedule, which starts in late March. Although the airline planned more lines to … Read more

Currently No Regular International Winter Flights to Dubrovnik Airport


Dubrovnik Airport ended 2021 as the third busiest Croatian airport after Split and Zagreb. As things currently stand, the beginning of 2022 did not bring new regular international routes to Dubrovnik, but the airport instead was temporarily left without its regular international Turkish Airlines and Vueling lines, reports Croatian Aviation. According to earlier announcements and … Read more

Jet2 Flights to Dubrovnik Airport Extended through End of October!

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Dubrovnik Airport is currently connected to about 50 international destinations with about 40 carriers. The traffic intensified in August, and all airlines increased the number of flights, including from British low-cost leisure airline Jet2.com, which announced that they were extending the season to Dubrovnik Airport, reports HRTurizam. “Dubrovnik – sightseeing and island-hopping adventures through the day … Read more

Dubrovnik Airport Readies for Challenging Summer Season

April 23, 2020 – Like many airports around the world, one of Croatia’s busiest airports in the summer will take a considerable hit this year. Dubrovnik Airport readies for a challenging season ahead.  The tourism sector is one of the biggest victims of the coronavirus pandemic, and when travel resumes remains unknown. Lifting the travel … Read more

Dubrovnik Airport Robbed as Questions of “Inside Job” Raised

As 24sata/Visnja Kragic Mahmutovic writes on the 21st of October, 2019, thieves on a stolen motorcycle intercepted security guards and stole the entire weekend’s proceeds from the duty free shop. Evidently, they knew when a van, escorted by security guards, would appear in front of Dubrovnik Airport’s administrative building. The robbery of Dubrovnik Airport security … Read more

Dubrovnik Airport Resumes Expansion Project

September 29, 2019 – Dubrovnik Airport continues with its expansion project after it completed the overhaul of its 3,300-meter runway earlier this year. Dubrovnik Airport was the fastest-growing airport in the former Yugoslavia from January to August this year after it added 240,016 travelers compared to the year before. Namely, Dubrovnik Airport welcomed 2,099,022 passengers, which … Read more

Split and Dubrovnik Airports Record Busiest August, Zagreb Back Up from July

September 7, 2019 – It was a busy August at Croatia’s airports, which saw records and growth from the three most active in the country – Split, Dubrovnik, and Zagreb.  Namely, Ex Yu Aviation reports that Split Airport recorded 672,261 passengers in August, which is an increase of 7% compared to 2018. Split Airport also … Read more

Dubrovnik Airport is Fastest Growing Airport in Ex-Yu So Far This Year

August 25, 2019 – Dubrovnik Airport is set for another record year.  Ex Yu Aviation reports that Dubrovnik Airport was the fastest-growing airport in the Ex-Yu region in the first sixth months of 2019, adding 157,184 passengers during this period.  Recall, on Friday, Dubrovnik handled its two-millionth passenger, which came 19 days earlier than 2018.  … Read more